Tsimane is Back 06.11.2020
We got the following message from Tsimane:

The last eight months have been very challenging for all of us. We sincerely hope that everyone is doing well as we all endure these difficult times.

As you may know, Tsimane had to reschedule more than 340 customers who were coming in 2020 to the 2021 and 2022 seasons. Even without running the regular season, we continued to support the Indigenous tribes and the national park of Tsimane to help protect the jungle and support the health and subsistence needs of the natives. Over the last eight months, we were able to bring the tribes a great deal of medicine, Covid-19 tests, non-perishable food, fuel, and more. We were also able to provide important resources for the national park rangers to help with their efforts of working to protect the environment.

This has been a powerful example of what could be achieved through collaboration, and we could only make it happen because of your understanding and support. Thank you!

Today we have great news to share with you:

Bolivia is seeing improvement. Covid-19 cases have been decreasing for the last two months, and borders, international airports, and hotels are now open, and a few days ago, the Environment Ministry and the National Service of Protected Areas authorized the opening of the national park for tourism.

Of course biosafety protocols must be followed, but tourists essentially only need to have a PCR test with a negative result obtained less than seven days before entering the national park.

We can also provide the official documents upon request.

Please feel free to call or email us if you have any questions or need further information.

We canít wait to see you here next season!


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